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SOC 331 Week 1 Quiz (Ash)
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SOC 331 Week 1 Quiz (Ash)

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1.

Question :

“War” comes from a German word that originally meant

Student Answer:

Concord

Accord

Discord

Order

Instructor Explanation:

The answer can be found in Section 1.3 Justice as a Religious Concept

Points Received:

1 of 1

Comments:

2.

Question :

Some scientists claim that there is no need to worry about global warming. What is one argument made in support of this view?

Student Answer:

Alarmism will bring down taxes.

Carbon dioxide does not contribute to pollution.

Alarmism will reduce academic research on climate change.

Carbon monoxide is not a pollutant.

Instructor Explanation:

The answer can be found in Section 1.4 Emerging Moral Issues in Social Justice and Criminal Justice

Points Received:

1 of 1

Comments:

3.

Question :

What percentage of the world’s services can be delivered from anywhere, thanks to the Internet?

Student Answer:

40%

50%

60%

70%

Instructor Explanation:

The answer can be found in Section 1.4 Emerging Moral Issues in Social Justice and Criminal Justice

Points Received:

1 of 1

Comments:

4.

Question :

According to virtue theory, morality is a matter of

Student Answer:

Obeying a rule.

Acting from duty.

Habitually knowing the good and doing the good.

Producing the greatest good for the greatest number.

Instructor Explanation:

The answer can be found in Section 1.1 Justice as a Moral Concept

Points Received:

1 of 1

Comments:

5.

Question :

Because of current communication and transportation technologies, migrant communities are getting

Student Answer:

Smaller, because it easier to keep track of migration.

Smaller, because it is easier to do business from a person’s original home.

Larger, because it is easier to keep track of migration.

Larger, because it is easier to travel between homes.

Instructor Explanation:

The answer can be found in Section 1.4 Emerging Moral Issues in Social Justice and Criminal Justice 

Points Received:

1 of 1

Comments:

6.

Question :

In his concession speech in 2000, presidential candidate Al Gore claimed to accept the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision, because the Court is “the supreme law of the land.” This view is an example of

Student Answer:

Legal realism.

Legal positivism.

Natural law theory.

Strict constructionism.

Instructor Explanation:

The answer can be found in Section 1.2 Justice as a Legal Concept

Points Received:

1 of 1

Comments:

7.

Question :

Libertarianism is the view that

Student Answer:

The most just distribution of goods and services requires that stakeholders keep what is rightfully theirs unless they voluntarily give it up.

The most just distribution of goods and services requires that each stakeholder receive an equal share.

Retributive justice is a matter of restoring a convict’s former liberties.

Retributive justice is a matter of restoring a crime victim’s liberties.

Instructor Explanation:

The answer can be found in Section 1.1 Justice as a Moral Concept

Points Received:

1 of 1

Comments:

8.

Question :

Roman Catholic dogma is an example of moral thinking based on

Student Answer:

Formal tradition, which is also exemplified by Orthodox Christianity and Orthodox Judaism

Informal tradition, which is also exemplified by Orthodox Christianity and Orthodox Judaism

Formal personal experience, which is also exemplified by Orthodox Christianity and Orthodox Judaism.

Informal personal experience, which is also exemplified by Orthodox Christianity and Orthodox Judaism.

Instructor Explanation:

The answer can be found in Section 1.3 Justice as a Religious Concept

Points Received:

1 of 1

Comments:

9.

Question :

Concerning the Towson University Police Chief Gerst’s treatment of an Orthodox Jewish Officer, Brown, under his command which of the following is true?

Student Answer:

The Chief’s refusal to fire Brown is an issue of retributive justice.

The Chief’s refusal to fire Brown is an issue of libertarian justice.

The Chief’s firing of Brown is an issue of retributive justice.

The Chief’s firing of Brown is an issue of libertarian justice

Instructor Explanation:

The answer can be found in Section 1.3 Justice as a Religious Concept

Points Received:

1 of 1

Comments:

10.

Question :

Maeve believes that an act is morally good if its consequences are good, and morally bad if its consequences are bad. Therefore, Maeve must be either

Student Answer:

A deontologist or a regularian.

An egoist or a utilitarian.

A libertarian or an egalitarian.

An originalist or a textualist.

Instructor Explanation:

The answer can be found in Section 1.1 Justice as a Moral Concept

Points Received:

1 of 1 

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